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Fibroid tumors

Fibroids are benign (non-cancerous) tumors of the uterine muscle wall that can cause abnormal uterine bleeding. Also known as leiomyomas or myomas. Fibroids are a very common finding. In most women, ... read more

Laptop computers connected to the internet through Wi-Fi may decrease sperm fertility potential.

For a lot of us, the use of portable computers (laptops, connected to the internet wirelessly, also known as Wi-Fi) is a part of our daily routine. People using Wi-Fi, however, may be exposed to ... read more

How to choose an egg donor -- Part II

Donors: Anonymous InVia, Anonymous Agency, or Known – Which is Right for You? read more

How to choose an egg donor

Last week I assumed the role of Egg Donor Coordinator for InVia Fertility. I have found it to be challenging, rewarding, interesting, exciting and nerve-wracking all at the same time. And it’s only ... read more

Ever seen a pregnant woman at the gym?

In the last ten years or so I maybe have seen 2 or 3 pregnant women at the gym. One of them is a good friend of mine whose yoga poses at 38 weeks would put most of us to shame on our best days. This ... read more

The poor responder in IVF: is the prognosis always poor?

Poor responders are patients with a low number of eggs retrieved. These poor responders have reduced pregnancy rates compared with normal responders. The question that one often faces is, what next? ... read more

What will happen to me on the day of my Intrauterine Insemination?

So you have met with your doctor and the recommended next step is either fertility pills (Clomid, Serophene, Letrazole, Tamoxifen) or injectables (Follistim, Gonal-F, Bravelle, Menopur) with IUI. ... read more

Celebrating ICSI's twentieth anniversary and the birth of more than 2.5 million children

For the past twenty years the ability to inject a single sperm into an egg (intra cytoplasmic sperm injection or ICSI) has revolutionized the treatment of male factor infertility. ICSI has resulted ... read more

I need the 6.30 am appointment

The 6.30 am appointment for blood and ultrasound is a very common request. We certainly understand that you have a job and are trying to avoid losing time from work but as I said this 6.30 am ... read more

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